BOZAR presents Chinese Utopias Revisited – The Elephants, a group show with a focus on contemporary Chinese art, opening 17 July. Alongside work by nine artists from China (including Cao Fei), the elaborate work alphabet bété of the African artist Frédéric Bruly Bouabré stands along the work of Xu Bing. Both artists depict the power of language in their oeuvre. This interplay doesn’t just break through clichés, but demonstrates how artists from the Far East speak the same visual language as artists from all around the world.
Chinese Utopias Revisited – The Elephants, BOZAR, Brussels
Thomas Jordan is an American photographer, living and working in Illinois. He finds inspiration in Chicago Suburbs, looking for moments of clarity.
Lorenzo Fusi is the curator for International, the lead exhibition at the 2010 edition of the Liverpool Biennial.